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Sounds & Letters for Readers & Spellers: Phoneme Awareness Drills for Teachers & Speech-Language Pathologists [Spiral-bound]

Jane Fell Greene
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must have for teaching phonemic awareness Feb. 5 2003
I went to the Language! wrokshop and received this book as part of the package. It is a must have to teach phonemic awareness. It has drills that include auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning. The students enjoy them and take the strategy with them in reading. I teach learning disabled students and, through the use of the Language! program, have grown a great deal in reading. The whole program of Language! is wonderful, but is hard to understand without the training. This book is probably the most self-explanatory book out of the series, but watching others do the drills helps.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must have for teaching phonemic awareness Feb. 5 2003
By Elizabeth F. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
I went to the Language! wrokshop and received this book as part of the package. It is a must have to teach phonemic awareness. It has drills that include auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning. The students enjoy them and take the strategy with them in reading. I teach learning disabled students and, through the use of the Language! program, have grown a great deal in reading. The whole program of Language! is wonderful, but is hard to understand without the training. This book is probably the most self-explanatory book out of the series, but watching others do the drills helps.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent resource Feb. 28 2007
By E. Kanoza - Published on Amazon.com
I also teach learning disabled students and received this book through a training. I love this program! This is how I begin my reading instruction everyday and the students (3rd graders) always look forward to it. All students, LD or not, can benefit from this program. You will see them grow in both reading and spelling.
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5.0 out of 5 stars LANGUAGE: A Structured Approach. Sept. 21 2009
By E. Haffner - Published on Amazon.com
Not so many years ago, I was the Literacy Leader for my district. Being in that position it gave me many opportunities to attend seminars,workshops and pilot programs Hands down on this program. It is a curriculum designed for At-Risk and ESL students grades 1 - 12; however, I believe it can and should be used for all students. It addresses Writing, Spelling, Reading, Grammar, Language, and Vocabulary. I read another review and have somewhat of a different opinion regarding "Having to attend the workshop." I feel is it self-explanatory if you take the time to really dive into it. Then their is the controversy if it should be done in groups or whole class. Either way works in my opinion, but if you have a wide spread, then perhaps groups would be better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it! March 5 2011
By Holly McKellop - Published on Amazon.com
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This drill book is exactly what my kids needed. I add a little game to it to strengthen the impact by reminding them that I will win and we play for points. They laugh, but I have more people paying attention. If one person says the wrong thing, I get the point. It really has made them stop to think about what I am saying and/or asking for.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sounds and Letters for Readers and Spellers Nov. 24 2008
By Rebecca Landin - Published on Amazon.com
This is a GREAT program to help children with their phonemic awareness. The students with whom I have done this program greatly enjoy it, and look forward to it as a "warm up" before a lesson. They seem to like the hand motions that go along with the drills too. I highly recommend this product.
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